or, you know, whatever you want. you don't have to use a removable fabric marker. sure. sure. and this is, i mean, this is efficient. you are, like, stacking it up so you can whack it, and it's ready to go. i am. i am. yeah. i like it. just make sure everything's lined up, you know, pretty perfectly. mm-hmm. so, now we're just gonna mark our sections, and i just eyeball it. again, you know, you can get crazy and measure them, but i think the less similar they look, the better. yeah, you could cut a template, certainly, or you could, you know, measure out the sizes of your little pie wedges there, but this is kind of a style of the runner that you made -- is that it looks almost kind of improvisational or, you know, it's just got that wonky look to it, which is popular today and also kind of easy and fun to do when you're at your sewing machine. you don't have to think too hard. who knew we were popular? i know, right? that never happens. [ both laugh ] so, now we're just gonna cut along these lines. and that's the good part, too, is we're eyeballing it here. if you get to this point, and you're like, "hmm. this one looks really tiny, "and this one looks really big," you can always just adjust it after that, 'cause those markings are gonna go away.